Solid network reliability, data priority for first responder traffic and local 24/7 support are crucial.
When it comes to public safety communications, a reliable network is key. First responders need operational and reliable connectivity in order to keep citizens and property safe as well as themselves and fellow officers. The more quickly officers gain situational awareness, the more control they have over a situation and the safety of others. Whether a natural disaster or emergency event, first responders’ voice and data traffic need to get through in any situation…
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